Pets needing homes:
All of our cats for adoption are spayed or neutered, vaccinated with rabies and feline distemper combo (FVRCP) vaccines, microchipped, have had bloodwork evaluated and tested for infectious diseases like feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) and feline leukemia (FelV), and kept on monthly flea prevention. The adoption fee is $110.00 and we ask that they all go to indoor only homes. All other pets in the household must be indoor, current on veterinary care, and kept on monthly preventions.
All of our dogs for adoption are spayed or neutered, vaccinated with rabies, canine distemper combo (DHLPP), bordetella and canine influenza, microchipped, tested for heartworm disease and tick borne diseases, and kept monthly on flea and tick preventative and heartworm preventative. The adoption fee is $160.00, and we ask that you also purchase at least 6 months of a heartworm preventative at the time of adoption to ensure the protection of the animal. This ranges from and additional $65-160 dollars depending on your choice of prevention options.
Potential adopters must own a home or show proof of their pet friendly residence from their landlord before adoption.
We believe pets are indispensable and should be treated as family members. That means a lifetime commitment to the health, happiness and well being of the pet.
To adopt an animal:
*Complete an adoption application and submit it to the clinic in person or via email.
*Visit with the animal of interest..and maybe a couple more!
*Meet with a vet section staff member about adopting
*Adopters must own a home or show proof of their pet friendly residence from their landlord.
*After application approval, fill out an adoption agreement and participate in a week long in home trial adoption.
*Pay the appropriate adoption fee which goes to the continuing care of our homeless pets.
*We require strictly indoor-only homes for the animals safety
*Must be 18 years or older and provide proof of residence
*Children under 16 accompanied by adult
*We reserve the right to refuse an adoption
*For dog adoptions, a fenced in yard is preferred
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 765-423-5500 for any questions concerning adoptions
Check out our Adoptable Pets with Pictures at http://www.petsburgh.petfinder.com
Looking For Forever Homes:
BOXER AND MOUSE - Boxer and Mouse are littermates that were found living outside with 3 other kittens. Right away, it was apparent that they were different than the rest. Both kittens had severe deformations of all 4 paws, creating an unusual conformation with the pads and nails. They could not live outside with the others for their safety.
Since arriving in June 2017, they have adjusted wonderfully to living indoors. They walk around their cages just fine as they have adjusted to the deformity. This club-foot like abnormality is possibly from inbreeding and there may not be a way to “fix” them. They will need an owner to adjust their house to their needs. They may be just fine or they may experience some limping, difficulty jumping or playing, but we have not seen this yet.
Boxer and Mouse and both wonderful boys who love to play and cuddle together. We absolutely would love for them to stay together as they have bonded since birth.
DOTTIE and DONNY (Donny is adopted) - Donny and Dottie had been living outside for the first 4-6 months of their lives. They had been scavenging and hunting and maintaining okay for a stray cat, but continually hung out around a nearby house. Eventually, they warmed up enough to come inside to a porch, where they began being socialized to people.
Donny and Dottie loved each other when they arrived here and found comfort curled up with one another. They soon acclimated to the new lifestyle, which unfortunately is more cramped in a cage then the freedom they had roaming. They both enjoy the company of people, being petted and cuddled, but are desperate to get out of their cages!
Donny and Dottie arrived here in March 2017. Over the next few months, they have been patiently waiting for a longing owner to take them both. They are both becoming very antsy in their cages with boredom setting in—who can blame them! They are young cats after all!
Dottie does try chewing on many of the things we give her to keep her occupied—toys, beds, scratching posts. We have to take them away temporarily for her safety as ingesting foreign objects can cause serious problems! We have been doing our best to give them more time outside of their cages, but they are both just waiting to break free and have some fun!
IAGO - Iago is a very special cat with the best purrsonality. He loves all people and would love to hang out in peoples' arems or on their shoulder. Iago doesn't mind other pets. He would do wonderful in a home where he will be spoiled, played with and snuggled. He enjoys all sorts of toys and climbers. He loves to talk to people and will meow at us for attention (of course we meow back). This wonderful boy is patiently waiting to find his special someone.
Please ask us if you are interested in adoption!
We do require that all other cats in the household be indoor only and current on annual vaccinations and veterinary care.
Please ask us if you are interested in adoption!
We do require that all other cats in the household be indoor only. We also require that all pets be current on annual vaccinations, heartworm prevention and veterinary care.